Tiverton edges Portsmouth in softball, 7-6 (photos)

Posted 4/17/22

PORTSMOUTH — The Portsmouth Patriots’ softball team dropped a close one to Tiverton on Thursday at home, 7-6.

Mary Rainey, a PHS freshman, earned the player-of-the-game …

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Tiverton edges Portsmouth in softball, 7-6 (photos)

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PORTSMOUTH — The Portsmouth Patriots’ softball team dropped a close one to Tiverton on Thursday at home, 7-6.

Mary Rainey, a PHS freshman, earned the player-of-the-game distinction for her performance as a relief pitcher.

Gracie Keyes, a junior, had a double in the sixth inning with one RBI. 

Megan Malone, a sophomore, collected two base hits.

Portsmouth will play at Barrington on Tuesday, April 19, and then at Exeter West Greenwich High School on Thursday, April 21. The Patriots will return home to host Middletown on Saturday, April 23.

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